Women Making Success a Habit
🚨 Studies show an alarming number of women are drinking more during the pandemic.
🍷 I can definitely say I was one of them, but I have redirected myself to healthier ways to deal with isolation and less social interaction.
🤔 How did I do this? Reinventing my business, connecting with the community, and restructuring a healthy routine.
👉 This issue features female disruptors taking chaos and turning it into opportunity.
💫 Check Out These Female Disruptors ♀
Despite a flourishing career in tech, Deborah Brooks realized she needed to embark on a journey of her own. So she took her skills and experience and applied them to her own company – in the midst of a global pandemic. The best part? It worked!
Amy Fan is the co-founder, CPO, and President of Twentyeight Health, an affordable and convenient telehealth platform providing reproductive and sexual care for underserved communities.
Zoe Share was a kindergarten teacher when she realized her true passion was business. Years later, she is the CEO of a well-established and successful social media marketing company.
Katie Wells the mom, wife, and entrepreneur who makes her life’s mission to help other women and parents lead a healthier life after coming to a realization her lifestyle could impact future generations.
Ending Alcoholism doesn’t happen overnight, substance abuse doctors say one drink gradually leads to another heavier drink. If you know a female friend who needs help, reach out to help call Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) 1-800-622-HELP (4357), Hazelden Betty Ford Treatment Centers, and Sharp McDonald Center.